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President Harry Truman along with his wife watches a baseball game in Washington DC.

President Harry Truman watches a baseball game between the Washington Senators and Saint Louis Browns at Griffith Stadium in Washington DC, United States. This is the first time the US President has attended a baseball game since World War II began. President Truman autographs the ball for the bat boy mascot of the Senators. Huge crowd gathered to watch the game. President throws in the first pitch before the game starts. Harry Truman seated with his wife Bess Truman as they watch the game. Washington Senators team wins the game 4 – 1 over the Saint Louis Browns. Location: Washington DC. Date: September 8, 1945.

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